DÔA Miami Beach makes an impressive ‘entrance’ through its delish food and drinks menu, plus, superb service and a lusty ambiance. DÔA, Japanese for “The Door” (pronounced dow-ah), serves ‘LatAsian’ cuisine, or Asian influenced cuisine born in Latin America.
Josue “Josh” Gonzalez, DÔA’s Bar Manager, believes “hospitality is even more important than mixology.” Gonzalez’ domain is the central island bar, where he’s renovating the DJ booth, expanding the wine cellar, and adding low, intimate tables to the booths lining walls of the lounge area.
Josh’s finest work has been stocking the bar with high-end and rare spirits as well as elevating the cocktail menu. Here are some excellent LatAsian cocktails to sip while enjoying a tasty bar bite at DÔA Miami Beach:
Dôa Miami Beach Cocktails
An intensely flavored, fruity cocktail mixed with Ketel One, Soto Sake, Ever Spring Tea, watermelon juice and yuzu.
A deliciously inspired take on the Pisco Sour, this cocktail is shaken with Hendricks Gin, Zamaca (Peruvian Maca liqueur), yuzu, Demerara-Ginger and egg white.
This beautifully sculptured and tart cocktail is made with Pisco 100, St. George Spiked Pear, pineapple, lime and ginger beer.
Keep calm and sip this cocktail made with Casa Noble Tequila, FOS Mastiha, cucumber juice and honeydew melon, lime and shiso.
Friends of the Devil
This brilliant and exotic take on an Old Fashioned is mixed with Angel’s Envy Bourbon, Lapsang Souchong Tea-infused Shochu (traditional Japanese spirit), Ancho Reyes liqueur, Giffard, Vanilla De Madagascar and Angostura bitters.
Dôa Miami Beach details
Hours of Operation
- Monday – Friday – 5 PM – 5 AM
- Saturday – Sunday – Noon – 5 AM
- Hora Loca (Happy Hour): 6 PM – 8 PM Daily
- Late Night Bites: 11:30 PM – 1:30 AM
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